Best Movies of 2018

As always, we left behind a year where we discussed many movies. However, this year, Rome, which everyone agreed and described as a masterpiece, was perhaps the most controversial production of the year. The fact that the movie directed by Alfonso CuarĂ³n was a Netflix production, nominated at Cannes yet not shown, aroused debates. The fact that Roma, which was announced to be released in some countries at the last minute, is a Netflix production brought along disagreements about whether to watch it in the cinema or on Netflix.

On the other hand, productions such as Cold War, directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, whom we know with Ida; and Burning, adapted from the story of Haruki Murakami, formed their audience and appeared as another essential film of the year. An Elephant Sitting Still, which was introduced as a suicide letter, was remembered as another event of the year when the director named, Hu Bo, committed suicide after making the film. Blindspotting, which many viewers are unaware of, is seen as perhaps the biggest surprise of the year.

On top of all that, the fact that the best productions of the year, such as The Kindergarten Teacher and Roma, were made under the umbrella of Netflix seems to change the situation that Netflix movies are not taken seriously next year. For better or for worse, I see 2018 as a year when we watched great films.

  1. Blindspotting
  2. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  3. First Man
  4. Climax
  5. Kodachrome
  6. Thoroughbreds
  7. American Animals
  8. The Kindergarten Teacher
  9. 3 Faces
  10. A Prayer Before Dawn
  11. Kings
  12. Tully
  13. My Dinner with Herve
  14. I, Tonya
  15. Mom and Dad
  16. The Tale
  17. Loveless
  18. Upgrade
  19. Ready Player One
  20. Avengers: Infinity War


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